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Verbs ending in -me are mostly intransitive, and have a corresponding -ke verb which is transitive. This pages lists some examples.

Intransitive Transitive
bakme break bakke break something
barlme be filled up barlke fill it up
barlungme swerve, change direction barlungke divert, turn
barrhme crack, split barrhke crack it, split it
bebme appear bebke reveal
bengdayhme realise bengdayhke inform
bengmayahme be confused bengmayahke confuse
borledme turn around borledke turn it around
dadakme go aground dadakke run it aground
djobme cease, be cut off djobke cut it
djuhme bathe djuhke immerse, make wet
duhme be punctured, have a hole duhke pierce, puncture, make a hole
warrhme drop, get lost warrhke drop or lose something
wayhme ascend, come up wayhke raise or lift something
wurlhme burn, be hot wurlhke burn or heat something
yarlarrme separate yarlarrke separate something
yerrkme come loose yerrkke undo, loosen

Some Exceptions

  • balhme close it (transitive)
  • barnname place it up high (transitive)
  • bayahme buy it (transitive)
  • biddjibme screw it, turn it, rotate it (transitive)
  • bidyikarrme help someone (transitive)
  • nome smell it (transitive)
  • rohrokme try it (transitive)
  • wake crawl, slither (intransitive)
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